Commit 4f01afe5 authored by Turnhout, M.C. van's avatar Turnhout, M.C. van
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# Simulink Code Generation
slprj/
# Abaqus gitignore
*.rpy*
# LaTeX git ignore
*.acn
*.acr
*.alg
*.aux
#*.bbl
*.bak
*.bbl
*.blg
*.dep
*.dvi
*.dep
*.fls
*.fdb_latexmk
*.glg
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*.out
*.pdfsync
*.ps
*.sav
*.snm
*.synctex.gz
*.toc
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*.xdy
*.tdo
# repo specific ignores
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============
Your contributions and thoughts are highly valued.
In order to conribute to the repo, you need to make a FibLab account (http://stbe-nas.wfw.wtb.tue.nl:3000/).
Permissions for the repos can then be requested with the FibLab-admin: m.c.v.turnhout@tue.nl
In order to conribute to the repo, you need to make a GitLab account (http://stbe-nas.wfw.wtb.tue.nl:3000/).
Permissions for the repos can then be requested with the GitLab-admin: m.c.v.turnhout@tue.nl
Note
====
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polarised light microscopy
==========================
http://stbe-nas.wfw.wtb.tue.nl:3000/STEM/polarised-light-microscopy.git
http://stbe-nas.wfw.wtb.tue.nl:3000/STEM/polarised-light-microscopy
Source and compiled pdf of everything you never wanted to know,
and certainly didn't ask about, on polarised light microscopy.
using & downloading
===================
You do not need (to run or use) Git to able to compile or read the document. You can
download your favourite version from http://stbe-nas.wfw.wtb.tue.nl:3000/STEM/polarised-light-microscopy
Once downloaded, the source and document is yours to (ab)use to your liking (as
long as you do not violate the GPL license).
When in doubt, just download the (latest) version from the/a *branch*
called *master*. For a specific version, you can browse the *branches*
and *tags* on the website.
compiling from source
=====================
......@@ -20,7 +34,7 @@ copyright
Copyright (C) 2015 Mark C. van Turnhout, Department of Biomedical
Engineering, Eindhoven University of Technology.
Copyright (C) 2017 Soft-Tissue Engineering and Mechanobiology (STEM)
Copyright (C) 2017 Soft Tissue Engineering and Mechanobiology (STEM)
group, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Eindhoven University of
Technology: http://www.stem-research.nl https://www.tue.nl/stem
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